After spending almost a year as a member of the Service Club, Hachiman Hikiguya is no longer the outcast he fashioned himself to be. Along with Yukino and Yui, he has developed a talent for helping students in need, by looking behind the lies and falsehoods of youth to reach the heart of the matter. But does he truly understand people the way he thinks he does? In building walls to keep out the pain of his own failures, has he made himself incapable of understanding what it means to be close to others? When a club request goes array, the trio's friendship will be tested. To see if the bond they have made is only skin deep, or something much more.
My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU TOO is the second anime series based on the light novel of the same name. Much like the first season it also runs a total of 13 episodes, however this season not only had a new director, Kei Oikawa, but also animated by a different studio, simply known as FEEL.
Even though this is only the series second season, it continues to floor me in how well this story is executed. If you aren't into the slice of life or romantic comedy genre, I'm not sure if this will be the show to sway you but I still think this is becoming a show that anime fans in general should at the very least check out. The story will definitely continue after this season, but thanks to it's excellently pacing, animation and character development, My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU TOO is a stand out season that should not be missed by fans and newcomers alike.
My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU TOO is available for streaming on Crunchyroll